意味がないな あーん 意味がないな
意味がないね 何も変わらない
イチカバチかは
はっ? 意味がない
バカなまま じゃっ
次はないじゃん

意味がない 何回言っても
意味がない 何も変わらない
意味がないな 何回言っても
ヘイヘイ ボーっとすんなよ

キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
ライトナウ
慎重に それと単純に
それに豪快に キルミーベイ

どうでもいいことばっかで
死んだ方がもう楽そう
周りなんかはほっといて
死んだ方が良さそうじゃん ハハハハ

嘘ばっか言ってます

意味がない 何回言っても
意味がない 何も変わらない
意味がないな 何回言っても
ヘイヘイ
ボーっとすんなよ

キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
ライトナウ
慎重に それと単純に
それに豪快に キルミーベイ

頭ん中 パパラパピーヤ
まとまるはずない
体じゅうに うじ虫湧いて
振り払えないじゃん

何も信じんな 使うな頭
どうせできないんだ
自分疑うんだ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
ヘイ キルミーベイ

キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
ライトナウ
慎重に それと単純に
それに豪快に キルミーベイ

キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
Why don't you キルミーベイ
ライトナウ
慎重に それと単純に
それに豪快に キルミーベイ


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Why don't you KiLL me?? Lyrics as written by Iku Ryukyuji, Kenta Matsukuma

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    I'm in love with this song but can't seem to find it anywhere on the internet, if anyone could please send it to me I would be thankful...

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